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ITC 4150 Unit II Course Project

ITC 4150 Unit II Course Project

Author: l marshall

For this assignment you will continue to work with the scenario from the end of Chapter 1. The initial scenarios are discussed on pages 17-18 of your textbook. (Again, the scenario “Westlake Research Hospital” scenario will act as an example throughout this course.)
1. Reread your assigned scenario on page 17 or 18.
2. Read your scenario for Chapter 2 on pages 36-40.
3. Review the “Deliverables” section below.
4. Review the “Suggestions for Scenarios” section on page 43 of your textbook.
5. Read the “Westlake Research Hospital” scenario on page 18 and pages 40-43. Click here to review the suggested answer for this scenario to gain an understanding of what is expected of you on this assignment.
6. When you have completed all of the deliverables, you should compress the files together into a single .zip file for upload. Contact your instructor if you have any questions.
1. Complete the tasks in the “To Do” section at the end of your scenario. The table below shows where you can find each “To Do” list:
Scenario Page Number for “To Do” List Wild Wood Apartments Page 38 Vince’s Vinyl Page 39 Grandfield College Page 40
2. You may consult with your instructor while completing these steps, but it is not required. Your scenario “To Do” list may ask you to meet with your instructor. That step is not required, although your instruction can provide feedback if you are interested.

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